Francois PIETTE a écrit : >> Yop ! it works ! Thanks a lot François ! > > I don't know your application, but maybe the template feature would be > interesting for you. It is very powerful. For a demo, see > TWebServForm.CreateVirtualDocument_Template. > > The principle is simple: you prvide a HTML template with special tags. Those > tags are replaced by values computed by your program. This way you can > separate presentation (the HTML) from the code which produce data values. > Very powerful and easy to use.
The thing is that i'm not using the webserver as a "HTML provider" but much more like a HTTP provider. I'm sending and getting back XML files using a http server. i needed a convenient way to do the following : the client part of my application needs to send xml request. Some requests are sent through the internet to a PHP/MySQL http server that sends back a xml result. The thing is that this application might be run also in a "standalone" mode. that's why, instead of having several client interface, i have added to the client application a small http server that is used to handle all the requests... much easier way to proceed :) but thanks for the hint ! -- Guillaume MAISON eXpress Network Agen - [EMAIL PROTECTED] 83, Cours Victor Hugo 47000 AGEN Tél : +33 5 53 87 91 48 Mobile : +33 6 30 14 91 23 Fax : +33 5 53 68 73 50 e-mail : [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web : http://nauteus.com Mon Profil sur Viaduc : http://www.viaduc.com/public/profil/?memberId=0021oz963uuea795 Vous inscrire sur Viaduc : http://www.viaduc.com/invitationpersonnelle/0021oz963uuea795 -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://www.elists.org/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be